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Last NFL Winless Team Odds for 2010 Posted

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/12/2010

The online gambling website BetUS.com on Tuesday released odds on which NFL team will be the last without a win in 2010.   Additionally, the site offers odds on when a to-date winless team will finally have its first victory.

BetUS.com believes that San Francisco’s first win will come next week against Oakland, where they are the -6 ½ point home favorite.  The site has given the 49ers 1/3 odds of having their first win next week.

Buffalo’s first win will take some time, the online bookmaker believes.  While odds of 2/1 have been placed on the Bills against Kansas City in the coming weeks, “any other” is actually the favorite, suggesting a win will come some time after playing Chicago.

Carolina is favored to have its first win vs. St. Louis.

And check out these fun bets for the last remaining winless NFL teams:

 

Odds for each of going winless on season

San Francisco

50/1

Buffalo

75/1

Carolina

200/1

Odds for each of winning Super Bowl

San Francisco

200/1

Buffalo

1000/1

Carolina

1000/1

Odds on each winless team’s coach getting fired.

San Francisco

Yes

5/9

No

7/5

Buffalo

Yes

10/13

No

10/11

Carolina

Yes

1/2

No

3/2

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com reporting.

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